To discover the roots of Sublingual, you have to look back to the summer of 1992. Fueled by the Toronto/Hamilton punk scene that was then spilling over into Niagara, four young musicians (Matthew Fogel, Frank Erhardt, Quinn McColgan and Craig Collins) started Souracid. They practiced everyday after work in Matthew's parent's garage covering the Sex Pistols in earnest. After a summer of rehearsals, they made their debut at St. Catharines' famous basement club, The Hideaway. With college and university starting, and two of the members heading to schools out of town, Souracid disbanded shortly after.
Now, nearly nine years later, the songwriting team behind that little punk band that could have reunited to bring you Sublingual, the spiritual child of Souracid. Singer/songwriters Matthew Fogel, Frank Erhardt, Jeffrey Rossetto and Dan Jamieson collaborate to create ambient influenced guitar rock!
Sublingual have been known to practice on the rooftop of Patrick Sheehans Pub in downtown St. Catharines.
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